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Thread: Puzzle Question: is it what or that?

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    Default Puzzle Question: is it what or that?

    Telling someone (what or that) you've heard from a mutual friend would likely start a conversation about him.Pick the work that goes best based on sentence structure and word definitions: what or that

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    depends on how u want to use it...u could use it both ways

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    Telling someone WHAT you've heard from a mutual friend, would likely start a conversation about him.Telling someone THAT you've heard from a mutual friend,would likely start a conversation about him.You need a comma as a punctuaution after friend. They both work

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    South Wood where did you come up with this question?I think its pretty neat,where do we meet and talk.

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    whatTelling someone you have heard from a mutual friend would likely start a conversation about him.Telling someone what you have heard from a mutual friend would likely start a conversation about him.

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    it works either way, just depends on what u actually wanna say. they both make the sentence work but make the point of it turn out different. u either say, whAt u have heard from him , or just tHat u heard from him.

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